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I use LAN SpeedTest v1.1, with a 10MB package (100 MB lasts endless)
Wireless signal is Very Good or sometimes Excellent
    
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Also check existing wireless AP in your area. Find what channel they are on and move to a non-overlapping channel. There are only 3 non-overlapping channels.

1, 6 and 11.

If I'm running on Channel 1 and you choose channel 3. We're still going to interfere with each other.

Uset this to scan your local area:
http://www.metageek.net/products/inssider
    
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Just run the test and got:


But I get nowhere near this when actually moving files, So hmm
   
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Sitting next to your router would rule out a weak signal (remember, your laptop's signal meter only shows receiving power).
    
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